As artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly utilized by the health care industry, new legal challenges are emerging. The American Health Law Association (AHLA) invited Partner Kristen Rosati to their Chicago conference to moderate a panel discussion exploring the governance structures needed to handle the complexities of AI in health care.

Kristen’s opening remarks spoke to how AI’s growing presence is contributing to a fundamental shift in health care. She noted how easily organizations can get swept off their feet by the hype around AI applications. Health care organizations’ aim should not be the adoption of AI, but rather adopting AI in particular use cases to achieve progress in better patient care, improved population health, reduced cost of care, and better patient and clinician experience.

Kristen and the panel discussed how to have a thoughtful institutional approach to and creating a governance structure to evaluate, implement, and manage AI in ways that create fair, accurate, legally compliant, and socially beneficial outcomes that patients and the health care industry can trust.

A sought-after national speaker, Kristen has been active in national health care policy and served as past President (2013-2014) and Fellow of the American Health Law Association (AHLA), the nation’s largest health care legal organization. She was recently recognized by Super Lawyers as one of the top 25 women attorneys in Arizona and is a founding member of the Arizona Leadership Council for Take the Lead Women.

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